11 Best Thai Milk Tea Ice Creams in Singapore that are Thai-rrifically delicious

I love milk teas in all thinkable forms, Hong Kong style, Teh Peng (iced milk tea), Teh Tarik, good ol English Breakfast Tea with a side of milk and of course, Thai Milk Tea. I mean, what’s there not to love about the Thai Milk Tea flavour, it’s creamy, velvety, sweet and definitely satisfying. And this ceylon tea brew only gets better when it’s in the form of an ice cream.

In an effort to alleviate the general public’s pressure of finding these delicious Thai Milk Tea desserts, I’ve taken it upon myself to hunt down the best Singapore locations that offers up Thai Milk Tea ice cream or any other frozen form it comes in. I friggin’ love Thai Milk Tea ice cream.

11. Marble Slab Creamery



Single Scoop with One Topping ($6.20). Marble Slab Creamery stocks a variety of flavours and they’re widely available around the country. The best part is how you can choose mix ins to go with it, where you can ‘fry’ your ice cream with your toppings on a cold slab of stone.

I asked for a recommended topping to go with the Thai Milk Tea ice cream and was recommended granola, and I’d have to agree with the server’s choice. The added crunch gives more flavour and an extra layer of texture. It was a tad bit too sweet for me but I know of people who loved the sweetness of it, so it really depends on your preferences.

Marble Slab Creamery: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #01-27 Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817 | Tel: +65 6224 4278 | Website

10. Udders


Thai Milk Tea ($4.45). Creamy and sweet, this scoop of ice cream surely tastes like how a Thai Milk should. Could be tiny bit sweeter and also tiny bit cheaper but I guess this is the market price now. Oh well.

Udders: various outlets around Singapore

9. Little Prince Creamery


Waffle with Double Scoops ($9.30). Tucked away in Toa Payoh is yet another cute little ice cream parlour with The Little Prince theme. Ultra children friendly with a good stock of The Little Prince, the creamery mimics a dream-like fantasy novel and serves up waffles with Thai Milk Tea ice cream.

The Little Prince Creamery: 47 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310047 | Tel: +65 8684 8218 | Website

8. Kanemochi



Milk Tea Mochi ($2.30). How cute is this tiny frozen mochi? These frozen little pockets of happiness are just about the right size for when you’re having sweet cravings but have no one to share with. Located in the linkway between Bugis + and Bugis Junction, Kanemochi offers up Thai Milk Tea mochi and many other flavours.

It isn’t too sweet and is extremely satisfying and also terrifying because of how addictive it is. The sweetness of the Thai milk tea ice cream is offset by the chewy mochi skin, balancing out the entire dessert.

Kanemochi: 201 Victoria Street #02-50, Singapore 188067 | Tel: +65 9747 5678 | Website

7. Haha Thai

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Coconut and Thai Iced Milk Tea Ice Cream ($4.80 for double scoops). With an exceedingly prominent black tea flavour, Haha Thai’s Milk Tea ice cream can be slightly more intense, which I’ll recommend to those looking for a less sweet option.

Read our full review of Haha Thai here.

Haha Thai: 391 Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City #05-29, Singapore 238873 | Tel: +65 62994401 | Facebook

6. Meet and Melt

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Single Scoop ($4.20). Nestled away in Tampines, Meet and Melt offers Thai Milk Tea ice cream that has robust flavour of the tea and the creamy texture of ice cream. It isn’t overly milky with a good touch of ceylon black tea. It gets more flavourful with each mouthful and would definitely recommend having a scoop.

Meet and Melt: Tampines Street 91,  Singapore 520915 | Tel: 9185 8173 | Facebook

5. Double Scoops

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Waffle with Thai Milk Tea flavour ($6.80 with a single scoop). While the waffles are a bit denser than most ones you get, it is definitely more substantial and filling, remaining crispy on the outside, moist and fluffy on the inside.

The Thai Milk Tea ice cream carries a strong black tea flavour and it is appropriately sweet.

Read our full review of Double Scooop.

Double Scoops: Block 226A Amk Avenue 1 #01-627 Singapore 561226 | Tel: 6452 0208 | Website

 4. Creamier



Waffle with Single Scoop Thai Milk Tea Ice Cream ($8.80). Nestled away in Toa Payoh Lorong 1 is Creamier, serving up scoops of ice cream with a choice of waffles.

With a really wide selection of ice cream, it was really hard for me to stick to only Thai Milk Tea flavour, I mean there’s Black Sesame, Earl Grey Lavender, Rum and Raisin etc. That was a good one minute of hell.

I got a waffle to go with it and best decision I made all day. The waffles were exceedingly fluffy and fragrant with a subtle hint of sweetness. Paired with the rich thai milk tea ice cream that has a vivid ceylon black tea essence, what a way to start the day.

Creamier: Block 128 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-835, Singapore 310128 | Tel: +65 6250 1476 | Website

3. Churn Creamery


Single Premium Scoop ($5.80). Amidst all the Korean BBQ places is Churn Creamery, your ice cream pit stop for dessert after all the spicy and greasy goodness. Truth be told, a decadently sweet smell flooded the stall and that really whet my appetite. Choose the thai milk tea ice cream and have your artisan ice cream in molten chocolate cones, how satisfying.

Churn Creamery: 124 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088533 | Tel: +65 6221 2987 | Website

2. Sunday Market



Bangkok Toast ($12.85). Order the Bangkok Toast, which is a glazed brioche with condensed milk, served with a cup of frozen Thai Milk Tea ice cream. While you can get it in a single scoop, it is always better with a cake, am I right or right.

I like their frozen rendition of Thai Milk Tea ice cream. It is definitely way less sweet compared to the others, with a more frosty and icy texture but still packed with flavour.

Sunday Market: 22 Lim Tua Tow Road, Singapore 547772 | Tel: +65 6287 8880 | Website

1. Som Tam



Molten Lava Cake ($11.55).

I’d definitely recommend going to Som Thai for their desserts if you’re into Thai green curry because they have it in gelato form as well, how fascinating. Trying to remain focused, I had a chocolate lava cake with Thai Milk Tea gelato.

You could get the lava cake in matcha or thai milk tea flavour as well and if you’re only feeling for ice cream, they do serve solely gelato.

I really loved the thai milk tea gelato here and I daresay it’s my favourite out of this entire list. It mimics the drink itself, capturing the of it – velvety and aromatic. There is a distinct black tea taste and has a very well balanced sweetness to it.

Som Tam Modern Thai Fusion: 181 Orchard Central #08-13, Singapore 238896 | Tel:+65 6238 6872 | Website